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DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION

DIVISION OF NAGA CITY


NAGA SOUTH DISTRICT

SCHOOL IMPROVEMENT PLAN


of
SAN ISIDRO ELEMENTATY SCHOOL
Bgy. San Isidro, Naga City
School Year 2011 - 2013

Date of Submission

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E N D O R S E M E N T

This is to signify our collective approval and support to the implementation of the School
Improvement Plan which contains our aspirations for our school. Signed on ______ at
_________.

LORISSA T. JORNALES RONNEL PAULO M. BELIR


Vice President, President,
General Parents-Teachers Pupils’ Government Organization
Association

IMELDA T. MORATA CORAZON SA. RABOSA


President Punong Barangay
Faculty Club of SIES Barangay San Isidro

NOEL A. BALARES
Principal I
San Isidro Elementary School

Accepted: Accepted by:

LOIDA N. NIDEA, Ed.D. CARLITO R. BONI


Officer-in-charge Officer-in-charge
Asst. Schools Division Superintendent Schools Division Superintendent

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INTRODUCTION
The School Improvement Plan of San Isidro Elementary School (SIES) of Naga City was
conceptualized and framed in response to and in adherence to RA 9155 also known as the
Governance of Basic Education Act of 2001 which states that:

“Consistent with the national educational policies, plans and standards, the school
heads shall have authority, accountability and responsibility for the following:
(1) Setting the mission, vision, goals and objectives of the school;
(2) Creating an environment within the school that is conducive to teaching and
learning;
(3) Implementing the school curriculum and being accountable for higher learning
outcomes;
(4) Developing the school education program and school improvement plan;
(5) Offering educational programs, projects and services which provide equitable
opportunities for all learners in the community;

Good school governance entails great responsibility pursuing for greater possibilities of
improvement. The formulation of an SIP caters the total development and improvement of the
school through shared responsibilities of the school and the community it serves. It is along this
line that the school tapped all the stakeholders for a collaborative endeavor to attain the standards
set by the School Planning Team (SPT) among and between the pupils, teachers, parents, school
head and the community.

This document was realized through the collaborative efforts of the School Planning
Team who include: Mr. Noel A. Balares, school head; Mrs. Lorissa Jornales, vice- president of
the General Parents-Teachers Association; Mrs. Imelda T. Morata, President of the School’s
Faculty Club, Ronnel Paulo M. Belir, President of the Pupils’ Government Organization, and,
Mrs. Corazon SA. Rabosa, punong barangay of barangay San Isidro.

This was prepared in a thorough consultation with the above-mentioned stakeholders in a


5-day seminar conducted by the National Educator’s Academy of the Philippines (NEAP) last
September 26 to October 1, 2010 at Regent Hotel, Naga City, Philippines. They painstakingly
identified the school’s situation through SWOT analysis and other methods, identified the
school’s goals and objectives, and the schools’ priorities in the next three years.

The SIP shall serve as the guide for the school head in managing the school taking into
consideration the different goals and objectives in every area of the educational system. This is
also a good source of information for the stakeholders, on which area, goal and objective they
can extend assistance to the school head, in particular, and the school in general. The school
head, using this document, may make representations and create linkages to would-be
benefactors and other persons who would be extending assistance to the school in realizing the
goals and objectives stated herein.

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GUIDING PRINCIPLES

SAN ISIDRO ELEMENTARY SCHOOL believes in the following core values:

COOPERATION - observing participatory governance, all stakeholders should work for the
school

EXCELLENCE - working together armed with individual proficiencies stakeholders shall


strive in sustaining the increasing school performance

ACCOUNTABILITY -acting based on individual missions stakeholders have collective


responsibilities towards the holistic development of the child.

VISION STATEMENT

By 2013, San Isidro Elementary School is one of the best performing child-friendly
schools, with adequate facilities and services, school performances that are with the standards;
quality learners who are value-oriented and do actively participate and contribute towards the
building of a decent and productive society.

MISSION STATEMENT

Through resource generation and effective curriculum implementation by accountable


and competent school personnel supported by the cross-section of the school community, San
Isidro Elementary School shall provide quality elementary education that is equitably accessible
to all and lay foundation for life-long learning and service for common goals.

SCHOOL LOGO

The symbolic design of San Isidro Elementary School is


emblazoned with several curved lines edging the logo symbolizing the
existence of life and external influences that affects it.

At the center of the logo is an open book (symbolizes


knowledge) and a lighted torch (whose flame kept on burning which
symbolizes the incessant enlightenment) back grounded by glaring
rays and laurels (the highly competent learners of the school)
encompasses the ideals and ambitions aspired for through the
educative process; encased by a singular circle embodies the unending provision of quality basic
education.

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SCHOOL & COMMUNITY PROFILE

A. SCHOOL PROFILE

San Isidro Elementary School has produced a number of professionals in the past 58
years of existence as an elementary school.

SIES was the division’s rank # 1 in the National Achievement Test in Grade 3 for school
year 2009 – 2010. The school’s overall MPS was 81.09%.

The pupils' performance in the National Achievement Test (NAT) in Grade 6 is


promising. Considering the target of 75% by 2015 set by the department, the school's
performance of 71.24 is still below the standard, yet so close to be realized.

Once adjudged as the most Child-Friendly School in School Year 2006 – 2007.

The school has 538 pupils in school year 2010 – 2011, headed by an Elementary School
Principal I which is consistent with the mandate of the School Based Management.

There are 14 nationally funded teachers, which includes three Master Teachers, three
Teachers II and eight Teachers I. One teacher is funded by the Naga City School Board.

Outside the regular curriculum, the school is also offering a pre-school classes handled by
a professional teacher whose salary is subsidized by DepED. An NGO is also conducting classes
for Persons with Disabilities (PWD) in San Isidro Elementary School for the past three years.

There are eleven buildings and one pavilion in the school. 12 are used as instructional
rooms, while the rest are used as administrative offices and ancillary services. Most of these
rooms were designated as evacuation centers when the need arises.

SCH
O O
L H ISTOR
Y

The San Isidro Elementary School is one of the farthest schools in the City of Naga
located almost at the foot of Mt. Isarog which is about 11 km. away from the City proper.

The school started when the land owner Esteban Hidalgo Sr. with his tenants and other
barrio folks initiated to make a small chapel and at the same time a school so as the children will
not be going to Concepcion Grande to attend Sunday Masses and schooling.

With a big number of children to be nurtured in the place, Dr. Esteban Torres was
assigned in the place to organize classes in the year 1945, utilizing the said chapel as school.
There were only two teachers permanently teaching the children.

In 1952 the PTA built a school building separated from the chapel and it was formally
named as San Isidro Elem. School in the Division of Camarines Sur. Unfortunately the school
building made from local materials were severely damaged by typhoon Trix. Until after the
government gave aid for the construction of new concrete school building.

So as the school would not be a squaterred according to the late Esteban Hidalgo Sr. and
believing that the school could not be stopped for having a big number of school children
enrolled year by year a portion of his land with an area of 19, 620 sq. m. donated to the City
Government in the name of DECS with Tax declaration 96-024-0023.

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It was the heirs of Don Esteban Hidalgo Sr., after 30 years, formalized the donation on
May 3, 1967, through a DONATION OF THE REAL PROPERTY INTER VIVOS to the City
Mayor Vicente P. Sibulo of Naga City.

On the 22nd Regular session of the 5th Municipal Board of the City of Naga on June 26,
1967, the board ratified the Deed of Donation through Resolution No. 28 and sealed officially
the transfer of the property ownership.

Buildings were built, and the school progressed during the succeeding years up to the
present, having 11 buildings and 12 academic classrooms catering 538 pupils at present.

B. COMMUNITY PROFILE

San Isidro is a small rural barangay on the eastern part of Naga City, some 11 km from
the city proper and lying at the foot of Mt. Isarog. It is bounded on the North by Barangay
Cararayan and Pacol, on the South by Barangay Carolina and on the West is Barangay Del
Rosario. The barangay can be reached by jeepney, tricycle and private vehicles.

The land area is 300 hectares of agricultural land devoted to sugarcane, rice, corn,
coconut, root crops, fruit trees and vegetables. It is populated by people mostly engaged in
farming.

Barangay San Isidro has 7 political subdivisions having a total of 378 households. Its
present leader is Punong Barangay Corazon SA. Rabosa. Her administration is assisted by 7
Kagawads, 1 SK Chairman, 1 Treasurer and a Secretary.

The Barangay owns 2,222 sq. m. lot where the Barangay Hall, Tanod Outpost, Health
Center, two Day Care Centers, Barangay Talipapa, public comfort rooms, Multi-purpose Hall,
Outdoor Stage, Basketball Court, Barangay Chapel and small nursery are situated.

To maintain peace and order, the Barangay Council is backed up by Barangay Public
Safety Officers (BPSO) equipped with communication gadgets, flashlights and other surveillance
paraphernalia.

On the economic aspect, the barangay proper has 23 sari-sari stores offering different
services such as consumer goods, school supplies, medicines, fuels, foods and other related
services. San Isidro has a multi-function cooperative with 3 members offering services such as
trading, rice and corn milling, feed formulating, warehousing, selling of consumer goods, postal
box service, savings and loans operation, solar drying facilities and having different branches at
nearby towns.

On Education, San Isidro has 3 schools Educare, 1 Alternative Children’s Learning


Centre called St. Louise School established by Universidad De Sta Isabel and an Elementary
School offering complete elementary subjects.

On Religious Aspect, San Isidro has 1 Barangay Chapel wherein a regular mass on
Sundays and Holidays is celebrated. Church Leaders are active and back up by Christian Youth
Organization.

Family Income and Occupation. Farmers, laborers, and animal caring are the major
occupation of the head of the family earning in the range of Php 150 to Php 5,500 a month. Very
few are government employees and teachers as their means of living and occupation.

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Education. Majority of the residents reached Elementary level. The number and
percentage obtained is actually higher of 65%. Only 18% reached school level, almost 5.26%
graduated from vocational courses. Few were enrolled in Bachelor Courses.

Labor Segmentation. The labor force of the Barangay is 334. From ages 15-64, 3.89%
or 13 are Professionals, 7.87 % or 26 are in Vocational and Technical field, 88.32 % or 295 focus
on being a Laborer or Worker.

HISTORY OF BARANGAY SAN ISIDRO

Based on stories of some old folks of the Barangay, San Isidro was part of Barrio
Conception Grande prior to year a947 it was called “Badang” meaning “Kaingin”. Early
inhabitants of the place were immigrants from the province of Albay, the Municipalities of
Tigaon, Nabua, Iriga and Milaor. These early settlers were mostly brought in the early 1920s by
Landowners Manuel Zaens Sr. and Esteban Hidalgo Sr. to cultivate their newly acquired vast
track of lands while they as the landowners are living in the town of Naga.

In 1927, Vicente F. Hidalgo, the eldest son of the elder Hidalgo had constructed a big
house on the western portion of his fathers land and commonly called “sim” by the settlers,
meaning G.I sheets for its roof was made of such material, the only one of its kind during that
time since all dwellings existing throughout the locality were made of light materials and cogon
roofings.

Vicente being the respected leader of his “taoans” (settlers of their land) and the “sim”
became their gathering place. Every 7th of May a Novena of Sta.Cruz is sung in the chapel
constructed just beside the “sim” and on the day before the 9 th night a priest from Naga is invited
by the elder Hidalgo to officiate mass at the Chapel. The priest accompanied by a guide had to
walk from Barangay Palestina upward crossing Yabo River and travel a distance of 1.5 km.
before reaching the chapel. Then the serving of foods and drinks of “tuba” (sap of coconut) and
“lambanog” (coconut wine) follows. In the evening, just after the singing of the 9 th prayer a
“baraylihan” (local dance) followed, assisted by two-men string band (violin and guitar) playing
“Pantomina” and other local tunes.

The affair became a yearly gathering of the settlers not just of the Hidalgo’s but other
settlers from the nearby land of Zaens. The affair continued even Vicente, who was assigned to
work in Negros, was absent.

In the 1930s the settlers had chosen a new leader by the name of Bernardo Almonte, a
settler.

As the eastern part of the land was cultivated by inflow of settlers, there was clamor to
move the location of chapel a kilometer eastward in order to accommodate more people to
participate to the yearly affair, the chosen place being the place of the leader and site of a number
of houses constructed near each other.

Since all of the inhabitants are engaged in farming, they have decided to adopt San Isidro
Labrador as their Patron Saint and celebrate its yearly barrio fiesta every 15th of May.

At that time inhabitants having their own chapel and Patron Saint to celebrate, they have
decided to cease participating with the religious activities of Barrio Concepcion Grande. During
this period, a petition to create a barrio was initiated by the residents.

In 1948, the town of Naga became a chartered City and the petition of the inhabitants was
to separate from Barrio Concepcion Grande and create a new barrio: Barrio San Isidro came into

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being and its name was derived from its Patron Saint. In the same year, a primary school was
constructed out of light materials enrolling Grade I and II pupils only. The school building was
constructed on a 2-hectare lot donated by Atanasia F. Hidalgo, the widow of Esteban Hidalgo Sr.
The location of the school site is east of the Chapel called “lantad” meaning cultivated, one
kilometer upward. In the same year the inhabitants moved near the chapel to a site facing the
school site separated only by the Palestina-Carolina trail. This was done for the purpose of
grouping the structures in a common place where people may gather together for religious,
cultural, educational and political activities.

Their new site became the present Centro of San Isidro and now called Barangay San
Isidro.

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SITUATION ANALYSIS
This is a presentation of the school data and accomplishments supported with the trends
and factors that contributes to the underachievement of the school in different areas discussed
hereunder.

PROVISIONOFEQUITABLEACCESS
PERSONNEL

There are 14 nationally funded teachers, which includes three Master Teachers, three
Teachers II and eight Teachers I. One teacher is funded by the Naga City School Board.

Three teachers handle grade 1 classes, two teachers each are handling grades 2, 3, 4, 5
and 6,, while two teachers are subject teachers who are also handling ancillary services. All
classes are mono-grade and have departmental schedules. Out of the six (6) intermediate classes
(grades 4 – 6), only 5 teachers are nationally funded, one is funded by the Naga City School
Board out of the SEF.

The teacher-pupil ratio is 1:38, which is within the planning standard. The grade level
ratios are all within the planning standard. Teacher-pupil ratio by grade level are: Grade 1 - 1:42;
Grade 2 – 1:43; Grade 3 – 1:41; Grade 4 – 1:45; Grade 5 – 1:35 and Grade 6 – 1:42.

OUR NEEDS:

• The school has no guidance counselor only teacher designated to act as one.
• The school has no school librarian.
• The school needs additional one permanent teacher.
• The school has no permanent pre-school teacher.

LEARNING MATERIALS & EQUIPMENT

The pupil-book ratio is far below the planning standards of 1:1. All subject areas across
grade levels have a ratio from 2:1 to as high as 12:1. Filipino 2, Sibika 1, MSEP 4 – 6, and EPP 4
– 6 have no textbooks at all.

There are no multi-media equipments present in the school. Not a single computer unit for
the computer classes for intermediate classes can be used. At least 20 computer units are needed
for two batches of pupils per class.

• Pupil-book ratio in English 1 is 5:1 which is below the standard of 1:1.


• Pupil-book ratio in English 2 is 5:1 which is below the standard of 1:1.
• Pupil-book ratio in English 3 is 4:1 which is below the standard of 1:1.
• Pupil-book ratio in English 4 is 3:1 which is below the standard of 1:1.
• Pupil-book ratio in English 5 is 2:1 which is below the standard of 1:1.
• Pupil-book ratio in English 6 is 2:1 which is below the standard of 1:1.
• Pupil-book ratio in Science 3 is 3:1 which is below the standard of 1:1.
• Pupil-book ratio in Science 4 is 9:1 which is below the standard of 1:1.
• Pupil-book ratio in Science 5 is 10:1 which is below the standard of 1:1.
• Pupil-book ratio in Science 6 is 5:1 which is below the standard of 1:1.
• Pupil-book ratio in Math 1 is 4:1 which is below the standard of 1:1.
• Pupil-book ratio in Math 2 is 3:1 which is below the standard of 1:1.
• Pupil-book ratio in Math 3 is 4:1 which is below the standard of 1:1.

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• Pupil-book ratio in Math 4 is 2:1 which is below the standard of 1:1.


• Pupil-book ratio in Math 5 is 2:1 which is below the standard of 1:1.
• Pupil-book ratio in Math 6 is 3:1 which is below the standard of 1:1.
• There are zero books for Sibika at Kultura 1.which is below the standard of 1:1.
• Pupil-book ratio in Sibika at Kultura 2 is 5:1 which is below the standard of 1:1.
• Pupil-book ratio in Sibika at Kultura 3 is 2:1 which is below the standard of 1:1.
• Pupil-book ratio in Sibika at Kultura 4 is 8:1 which is below the standard of 1:1.
• Pupil-book ratio in Sibika at Kultura 5 is 4:1 which is below the standard of 1:1.
• Pupil-book ratio in Sibika at Kultura 6 is 4:1 which is below the standard of 1:1.
• There are zero books in MSEP 4, which is below the standard of 1:1.
• There are zero books in MSEP 5, which is below the standard of 1:1.
• There are zero books in MSEP 6, which is below the standard of 1:1.
• There are zero books in EPP 4, which is below the standard of 1:1.
• There are zero books in EPP 5, which is below the standard of 1:1.
• There are zero books in EPP 6, which is below the standard of 1:1.

OUR NEEDS

• Acquired 1:1 book-pupil ratio in al subject areas in all grade levels.


• 20 computer units for computer classes in the intermediate level.
• One each of hammer, saw and tape measure in every grade level in Industrial Arts
classes.
• Three sewing machines, one oven and one LPG tank for Home Economics
classes.
• Four rakes, 2 spades, 4 hoes, 5 sprinklers and 5 bolos for Gardening/Agricultural
Arts classes
• One unit LCD projector, four tents and two water dispensers.

PHYSICAL & ANCILLARY SERVICES

Classroom-student ratio is 1:36 which is within the planning standard of 1:45.

There are 26 completed classrooms in the school, but all of them are below the standard
dimension of 7 x 9 meters. Thirteen of which are used as instructional rooms while the rest for
other administrative and ancillary purposes, while the school has no ancillary service rooms like,
but not limited to, Home Economics room, Industrial Arts shop, Science laboratory, Library and
offices. Out of the 26 completed classrooms, 10 rooms need minor repairs.

The school site is half-surrounded with a part concrete and permanent and part semi-
permanent perimeter fence. Energized and supplied with electricity and water from local utility
companies.

Total pupil seats available are 339 or a 1:2 chair pupil ratio. These seats are a
combination of desks, tablet armchairs and modular tables.

No computer or typewriter is available for preparing reports and correspondence. Neither


mimeographing machine nor photocopier for test reproductions is present in the school. No
telephone line for outside communication.

OUR NEEDS

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• Acquired 1:1 book-pupil ratio in al subject areas in all grade levels.


• 20 computer units for computer classes in the intermediate level.
• One each of hammer, saw and tape measure in every grade level in Industrial Arts
classes.
• Three sewing machines, one oven and one LPG tank for Home Economics
classes.
• Four rakes, 2 spades, 4 hoes, 5 sprinklers and 5 bolos for Gardening/Agricultural
Arts classes.
• One unit LCD projector.

OTHERS

The school has been actively participating in a number of co-curricular activities like, but
not limited to, BSP/GSP camps in various levels and Kiddie Fire Marshall. These activities
contribute to the holistic development of a child.

OUR NEEDS

• Four pieces tents and two water dispensers.

QUALITYANDRELEVANCEOFBASIC
EDUCATION
PUPILS’ PERFORMANCE

The pupils' performance as to the National Achievement Test (NAT) in Grade 6 is promising.
Considering the target of 75% by 2015 set by the department, the school's performance of 71.24
is still below the standard, yet so close to be realized.

• Pupils' NAT performance in Filipino is 86.96, is above the planning standard, needs to be
improved by 2%.
• Pupils' NAT performance in English is 75, is within the planning standard, needs to be
improved by 2%.
• Pupils' NAT performance in Science is 71.18, is below the planning standard.
• Pupils' NAT performance in HEKASI is 69.90, is below the planning standard.
• Pupils' NAT performance in Mathematics is 53.14, is below the planning standard.

Hereunder is the presentation of the school’s performance in the National Achievement


Tests in Grade 6 for the past five (5) years.

NATIONAL ACHIEVEMENT TESTS RESULTS FOR GRADE SIX


05-06 06 - 07 07 - 08 08 - 09 09 - 10
ENGLISH 44.37 57.41 68.77 65.08 75
SCIENCE 36.10 37.33 62.43 67.27 71.18
MATH 34.27 45.21 69.1 64.85 53.14
FILIPINO 49.63 67.38 74.18 74.66 86.96
SIBIKA/HEKASI 35.87 53.42 83.36 76.78 69.9
SCHOOL AVE 40.05 52.15 71.57 69.73 71.24

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100
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ENGLISH SCIENCE MATH FILIPINO SIBIKA/HEKASI SCHOOL AVE

2005-2006 2006 - 2007 2007 - 2008 2008 - 2009 2009 - 2010

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2005-2006 2006- 2007 2007- 2008 2008- 2009 2009- 2010

ENGLISH SCIENCE MATH


FILIPINO SIBIKA/HEKASI SCHOOLAVE

The National Achievement Tests results in Grade 3 already have surpassed the 75% mark
set by the department in school year 2009 – 2010 with 81.09 MPS. This put the school in the top
spot among schools in the division.

All subject areas tested in the NAT 3 are above the standard, but Filipino (Reading).
Hereunder is a summary table and a graph of the results:

NATIONAL ACHIEVEMENT TESTS RESULTS IN GRADE THREE


2007-2008 2008-2009 2009-2010
ENGLISH (READING) 66.62 47.48 81.58
FILIPINO (READING) 67.72 45.07 71.86
ENGLISH (GRAMMAR) 80.13 57.91 83.37
FILIPINO (GRAMMAR) 55.82 51.19 87.37
SCIENCE 79.75 49.95 81.97
MATH 71.98 42.99 83.39
SCHOOL AVE 70.23 48.18 81.09

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ENGLISH (READING) FILIPINO(READING) ENGLISH (GRAMMAR) FILIPINO (GRAMMAR)


SCIENCE MATH SCHOOL AVE

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100

80

60

40

20

0
ENGLISH FILIPINO ENGLISH FILIPINO SCIENCE MATH SCHOOL AVE
(READING) (READING) (GRAMMAR) (GRAMMAR)

2007-2008 2008-2009 2009-2010

The 2009 – 2010 Division Achievement Test results is 69.54, which is below the
planning standard.

• Pupils' DAT performance in Science is 87.07, is above the planning standard.


• Pupils' DAT performance in EPP is 75.94, is above the planning standard.
• Pupils' DAT performance in Filipino is 75.33, is above the planning standard.
• Pupils' DAT performance in HEKASI is 70.34, is below the planning standard.
• Pupils' DAT performance in MSEP is 66.26, is below the planning standard.
• Pupils' DAT performance in English is 65.32, is below the planning standard.
• Pupils' DAT performance in Mathematics is 58.20, is below the planning standard.

DIVISION ACHIEVEMENT TESTS RESULT FOR THE PAST FIVE (5) YEARS
2005-2006 2006 - 2007 2007 - 2008 2008 - 2009 2009 - 2010
ENGLISH 49.50 55.90 61.28 57.80 65.32
MATH 44.04 48.38 47.57 73.85 58.20
SCIENCE 47.50 37.99 47.69 66.51 87.07
FILIPINO 65.44 62.45 69.70 68.17 75.33
HEKASI 47.72 64.02 65.45 68.65 58.65
EPP 43.76 66.07 75.62 71.91 75.94
MSEP 52.16 59.82 59.83 82.04 66.26
SCHOOL AVE 51.00 56.38 61.02 69.85 69.54
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100.00
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AVE

2005-2006 2006- 2007 2007- 2008 2008- 2009 2009- 2010

DIVISION ACHIEVEMENT TESTS RESULTS BY SUBJECT AREA


100.00
ENGLISH 90.00

LEVEL 2007-2008 2008-2009 2009-2010 80.00


70.00

I 71.31 48.84 68.77 60.00


50.00

II 53.99 56.65 43.47 40.00


30.00
III 57.87 68.63 85.78 20.00
10.00
IV 76.07 65.95 70.95 0.00
I II III IV V VI
V 47.52 57.87 57.68 ENGLISH 2007-2008 ENGLISH 2008-009 ENGLISH 2009-2010
VI 60.90 48.88 65.24

MATH 100.00

LEVEL 2007-2008 2008-2009 2009-2010 80.00

I 58.17 66.76 54.57 60.00

40.00
II 36.57 59.46 38.07 20.00

III 35.50 87.65 72.46 0.00


I II III IV V VI
IV 58.40 89.93 61.49
V 45.12 65.79 49.42 MATH 2007-2008 MATH 2008-009 MATH 2009-2010

VI 51.65 73.48 73.17

SCIENCE 120.00

100.00

LEVEL 2007-2008 2008-2009 2009-2010 80.00

III 35.06 66.35 86.46 60.00

40.00

IV 44.92 66.44 92.64 20.00

V 53.43 57.30 73.38 0.00


III IV V VI

VI 57.35 75.96 95.80 SCIENCE2007-2008 SCIENCE2008-009 SCIENCE2009-2010

FILIPINO 100.00
90.00
LEVEL 2007-2008 2008-2009 2009-2010 80.00
70.00
I 77.76 71.57 75.03 60.00
50.00
II 64.07 62.28 57.20 40.00
30.00
III 58.15 70.99 76.68 20.00
10.00
IV 77.79 73.75 88.25 0.00
I II III IV V VI
V 61.16 67.9 67.73 FILIPINO 2007-2008 FILIPINO 2008-009 FILIPINO 2009-2010

VI 79.26 62.54 87.11

HEKASI
LEVEL 2007-2008 2008-2009 2009-2010
I 82.15 64.03 70.15
II 60.12 56.48 42.51
III 58.03 67.5 89.76
IV 62.95 70.8 74.46
V 56.09 72.65 68.58
VI 73.40 80.45 76.59

EPP
LEVEL 2007-2008 2008-2009 2009-2010
IV 76.62 70.68 77.22
V 66.69 78.64 70.18

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VI 83.56 66.4 80.43

MSEP 100. 0 0
80 . 0 0

LEVEL 2007-2008 2008-2009 2009-2010 60 . 0 0


40 . 0 0

IV 52.94 67.96 58.36 20 . 0 0


0 . 00

V 55.52 93.01 63.95


IV V VI

VI 71.02 85.16 76.47 M SE P 20 0 7- 2 008 M S E P 2 0 08 - 0 0 9 M SE P 20 0 9- 2 010

The pupils’ reading abilities are fluctuating as indicted in the three-year results of the
Philippine Informal Reading Inventory (Phil-IRI). The increasing number pupils with reading
levels of independent and instructional shows improvement in school year 2009-2010, thus,
giving inverse impact to the frustration level.

The table and graph below shows the results of the Phil-IRI for the past three years:

Reading 2007-2008 2008-2009 2009-2010 400

300
Level n % n % n % 200

26 29 23 100

Frustration 0 54.74 2 71.39 7 48.57 0


2007-2008 2008-2009 2009-2010

13 14 Frustration 260 292 237


Instructional 133 86 146
Instructional 3 28.00 86 21.03 6 29.91 Independent 82 31 105

10
Independent 82 17.26 31 7.58 5 21.52
47 40 48
Totals 5 9 8

CurriculumImplementation&
Instructional Delivery
The school has observed 199 school days below the 206 days set by the Department last
school year. Several programs and projects are being implemented to augment pupils’ learning
and improve the pupils’ performances.

The school is continuously moving on in the implementation of the Child Friendly


School System (CFSS). Luckily the school was included in the list of schools in the City of Naga
evaluated in school year 2006 – 2007 as part of the areas appraised in its national search. The
City Government is now in its Hall of Fame status in the said search.

SIES is headed by a Principal supported by 14 nationally-funded teachers, one subsidized


by the DepED and the other is funded by the Naga City School Board through the SEF.

Among the 14 teachers, one is 62 years old, 2 is 50 – 58 years old, three of them are 40 –
49 years, 6 of them are 30 – 39 years old while only 2 are aged 20 – 29 years old. Their average
age is 41 years. As to the length of service, 2 teachers are already 21 – 30 years in the service,
seven are 11 – 20 years, four are 5 – 10 years, while only one is below 5 years in the service.

Among the 14, only one is a master’s degree holder while four has masters units.

Staff Development

The teachers as the main factor in the realization of the school vision were given the
chance to attend seminars and training to enhance competencies and improve their effectiveness
and efficiency in their tasks as teachers. Teachers were also encouraged by the school head to
uplift their economic status through promotions.

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Only nine out of 14 teachers are computer literates which are below the planning
standard.

All 14 teachers have undergone the orientation on the NCBTS-TSNA (National


Competency- Based Teacher Standards - Teachers Strengths and Trainings Needs Assessment)
last year. Also all 14 teachers are preparing their Individual Personal and Professional
Development plans based on the results of the NCBTS-TSNA. Corollary to this, all teachers
have attended in-service trainings (INSETs) introduced by the national, regional and division
offices, though without closely considering their respective IPPDs and the results of the NCBTS-
TSNA.

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TEACHER’SPROFILE

Date of Highest
Civil Position Area of
Name of Teachers Sex Date of Birth Original Eligibility Educational
Status Title Specialization
Appt. Attainment
1. Aguila, Karen Q. F S 02-30-1984 T-I 07- -08 LET BS Bio Science
2. Asico, Maria Lourdes B. F M 02-10-1973 T-I 1/16/2002 LET BEED HELE
3. Caceres, Mercedita A. F M 9/8/1957 M.T. II 8/10/1984 PBET BEED Agriculture
4. De los Santos, Rebecca C. F M 11/18/1980 T-I 9/6/2004 LET BEED Gen. Educ.
5. Francisco, Luwalhati T. F M 11/7/1971 T-I 1/6/2000 LET BEED Gen. Educ
6. Moran, Corazon B. F S 4/29/1948 M.T. I 3/1/1994 PBET BEED Gen. Educ./Eng.
7. Morata, Imelda T. F M 10/30/1970 T-I 1/9/1998 LET BEED Gen. Edu/ Math, Eng
8. Nacario, Jennifer F. F M 10/7/1973 T-I 7/19/2005 LET BSC Buss. Adm.
9. Naval, Marilou L. F M 6/21/1962 T. II 7/16/1996 PBET BEED Gen. Educ
10. Osabal, Maria Verly N. F M 9/26/1969 T-I 11/5/2001 PBET BEED Gen. Educ
11. Padayao, Leny S. F M 10/15/1975 T-I 8/22/1998 LET MA Ed Gen. Educ
12. Paño, Arlene M. F M 10/16/1968 T-I 12/13/1996 PBET BEED Gen. Educ
13. Panganiban, Emma C. F M 9/21/1952 M.T. I 8/16/1981 PBET BSIE Industrial Arts
14. Pardinas, Ma. Socorro C. F M 6/27/1974 T-I 1/2/2000 LET BEED Gen. Educ/Fil.
15. Mendoza, Josephine C. F S 11/15/1984 N/A LET BSED THE
16. De Chavez, Raquel A. F M 04-23-1984 N/A LET BEED HELE
NON-TEACHING PERSONNEL
Admin and Supervision,
1. Balares, Noel A. M M 11/11/1971 Principal I 7/1/2003 LET MA Ed
Educ’l Management
2. Febres Ricardo N. M M 2/20/1952 Admin Aide June ‘86

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Seven teachers are attending graduate studies, while one of the 14 teachers is a graduate
of Master or Arts in Education.

Zero of 14 teachers subscribe to professional magazines and none of them have


conducted action research.

Health Status of Students/Pupils

The health status of the pupils is one of the key concerns of the school to make the
teaching-learning experience be effective. In the past years, a number of programs were
implemented to ensure that pupils are in good health while learning in school. These programs
include:

1. Deworming - This was given twice a year for Grade I pupils conducted by the medical
team of the Division, which started one month after the opening of classes.

2. Dental Check-up and extraction - The program’s emphasis is to maintain healthy and
cavity-free teeth by giving tips on oral health and correct tooth brushing.

3. Supplementary Feeding - The school was one of the recipients of the “Nutri Dunong”
Milk Feeding program of the City Government of Naga in coordination with the Land-O-
Lakes as prime benefactor of milk. The feeding was given to all pupils who were found
out to have a nutritional status of below normal.

In school year 2009 – 2010, using the new World Health Organization – Child Growth
Standards (WHO-CGS), it was found out that 145 out of 536 pupils or 27% have Body Mass
Indexes (BMIs) below or above the normal. While, 391 of 536 or 73% have normal BMIs.

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Pupil Services

Programs in school on the different monthly celebrations are conducted on a regular basis
to make the pupils aware and familiarized about it.

Basically, the Pupils’ Government Organization (PGO) has been helpful in the pupils’
development and training of their leadership potentials. A number of interest clubs were
organized for the pupils’ diverse interests, which includes the Junior/Kiddie Fire Marshall,
Filipino-Australian pen pals, and other clubs related to different academic areas. A group of
pupils were organized to form the editorial board of the school’s publication, although zero
school paper has been published in the past three years.

Teams in different sports events were also organized such as, but not limited to,
volleyball, athletics, badminton, chess, table tennis, and others, and contested/participated in the
district and division level contests. As a result, sportsmanship, camaraderie and competitiveness
were developed among pupils.

Meanwhile, the Boy and Girl Scouting movement has been actively participating in a
number of encampments from district, division and regional levels, held in the past years. Most
of the pupils are registered members to the BSP and GSP through their parents’ membership in
the city government of Naga’s QUEEN program.

Learning Environment

Being located at the foot of Mt. Isarog, the school’s ambiance is generally conducive to
learning despite some deficiency in facilities and equipments.

All 13 classes were mono-grade and observe departmental schedules. All 13 classes have
less than 45 pupils per class, but one (with 46), which is above the standard set by the
department.

There are only two cases of pupil-pupil conflict. This may be attributed to the school
head’s fatherly figure felt by the school community.

There are zero recorded theft and robbery incidents against school properties for the past
five years

School Management
School Management & Administration

The achievements earned by San Isidro Elementary School may be attributed to the
school personnel’s attitude towards work. There is dynamism in each of the teaching and non-
teaching personnel as well as the parents and community as a whole.

All personnel come on time and are rarely late in reporting to school, or are going home
early. No personnel are absent at least 5 times a month. All personnel attend school activities
and submit reports regularly on time.

Such culture of enthusiasm is displayed by the school community despite the scarcity of
the needed facilities and equipment, like: zero computer or typewriter to prepare reports; zero
mimeographing or photo copying machine to reproduce documents, and, zero telephone and
internet facility for communication purposes.

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Alumni/Parents’ Participation

Parents’ support is very much important to every pupil’s learning. Teachers are the
second parents; parents are the original teachers to children. Their participation to school
activities encourages the pupils to continue their quest for education.

Parents participation were noted to only 321 parents out of 360 participate in the Brigada
Eskwela; only 216 parents our of 360 attended two General PTA Assemblies; and, only 234
parents out of 360 parents attended Homeroom PTA meetings.

As of today there is a need to have one organized and active alumni association in the
school.

Instructional Supervision

Supervisors assist the school head in developing teachers’ potentials and improve their
respective talents and ability. Education Program Supervisors have visited the school 14 times
last year. The Public School District Supervisor contributed 7 visits. On the other hand, the
school principal made 10 instructional supervisions last year.

There is a need to maximize the efforts of the above named supervisors to take full
advantage of their expertise.

With these, the school has set that: 14 out of 14 teachers are supervised by the EPSs in a
semester; 14 out of 14 teachers are supervised by the PSDS in a quarter; and, 14 out of 14
teachers are supervised by the school head in a month.

Resource Mobilization/Public Expenditure/School Financial, Fiscal


Management

The school could hardly procure what it needs to improve its performance and services.
That is because the school MOOE is still managed by the Division Office. The Naga City School
Board has allocated funds from the Special Education Fund yet it is fully managed by the NCSB
office. There is also zero allocation directly for the school in the barangay budget.

The School Planning Team proposes that 1% of the budget of the barangay Committee on
Education and another 1% of the budget of the Sangguniang Kabataan be allocated for school
needs. We ask that the MOOE be regularly downloaded to the school on a monthly basis as well
as the SEF fund allocation.

PerformanceIndicators
Graduation Rate is 100% which is within the planning standard
Participation Rate is 95.91% which is below the planning standards of 100%
Drop-Out Rate is 2.74%, which is below the planning standard.
Repetition Rate is 8.17% which is below the planning standard.
Failure Rate is 8%, which is below the planning standard.

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SCHOOL GOALS & OBJECTIVES


The school’s goals and objectives for the next three years are stated in the table
hereunder:

Narrative Objectively Verifiable Means of Important


Summary Indicators Verification Assumptions/
Risks
Goal
Improved school
performance in the
Division of Naga
City
Purpose BY 2013 overall pupils/students achievement
Improved student increased from 71.24% to 77%
and school NAT Result NETRC prepares
Baseline Yr 1 Yr 2 Y3
performance of & administers test
71.24% 73% 75% 77%
San Isidro
Elementary School
By 2013 pupils/students achievement increased
in the following subjects:
Subjects Baseline Yr1 Yr2 Yr3
Science 71.18% 73% 75% 77%
English 75% 76% 77% 78%
Mathematics 53.14% 58% 63% 75.10%
Filipino 86.96% 88% 89% 90%
Araling
Panlipunan 69.90% 72% 74% 77%

CONTRIBUTORY OBJECTIVES
A. Provision of Equitable Access
a.1. hired a.1.1. Two (2) Non-teaching & 1 teaching
competent and personnel hired
adequate teaching DBM releases item
& non-teaching Personnel Yr 1 Yr 2 Yr 3 for:
personnel Guidance Counselor 0 1 0 Approved Guidance Counselor
Appointment
Librarian 0 0 1 Librarian
Papers
Teacher 1 0 0 Teacher
Pre-school Teacher 1 0 0 Pre-School Teacher

a.2. Improved a.2.1. Procured the following materials:


availability of Equipment Yr 1 Yr 2 Yr 3 Total
Instructional and 20 20
learning materials Computers units 0 0 units
Industrial Arts
Hammer 1 1 1 3
Delivery
Saw 1 1 1 3
Receipt
Tape measure 1 1 1 3
Home Economics Inspection
Sewing machine 3 0 0 0 Report
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Oven 1 0 0 1
LPG tank 1 0 0 1

Agriculture/Gardening tools
Rake 4 0 0 4
Spade 2 0 1 3
Hoe 4 0 0 4
Sprinkler 5 0 0 5
Bolo 5 0 0 5
Others
Tents 4 0 0 4
Water Dispenser 2 0 2 4

a.2.2. Procured/accepted the following textbooks


to achieve 1:1 textbook pupil/student ratio
Textbooks Yr 0 Yr 1 Yr 2 Yr 3
English
Grade 1 23 123 0 0 Delivery IMCS delivers
Grade 2 19 84 0 0 Receipt books
Grade 3 20 62 0 0
Grade 4 10 79 0 0 Inspection
Grade 5 30 56 0 0
Report
Grade 6 31 71 0 0
Science
Grade 3 30 67 0 0
Grade 4 10 92 0 0
Grade 5 7 68 0 0
Grade 6 18 84 0 0
Filipino
Grade 1 20 137 0 0
Grade 2 0 90 0 0
Grade 3 12 85 0 0
Grade 4 20 87 0 0
Grade 5 37 49 0 0
Grade 6 15 87 0 0
Math
Grade 1 35 108 0 0
Grade 2 30 67 0 0
Grade 3 20 77 0 0
Grade 4 48 51 0 0
Grade 5 41 45 0 0
Grade 6 27 75 0 0
Sibika/HKS
Grade 1 23 118 0 0
Grade 2 24 63 0 0
Grade 3 40 57 0 0
Grade 4 10 87 0 0
Grade 5 21 65 0 0
Grade 6 18 84 0 0
EPP
Grade 4 0 87 0 0

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Grade 5 0 76 0 0
Grade 6 0 97 0 0
MSEP
Grade 4 0 87 0 0
Grade 5 0 76 0 0
Grade 6 0 97 0 0

a.3. Improved a.3.1. Constructed, Accepted & Turned over the


Physical following facilities
environment for Facility Yr 1 Yr 2 Yr 3 Total Actual facilities DepED Central
learning IA shop 0 1 0 1
Office allocates
Certificate of funds for the
H.E 1 0 0 1
Acceptance purpose
School
Nursery 1 0 0 1
Science lab 0 0 1 1
Computer
lab 1 0 0 1
Perimeter 60 m 50 m 40 m 150 m
fence span span span span

a.3.2. Repaired, accepted & turned over the


following facilities:
Facility Yr 1 Yr 2 Yr 3 Total Actual facilities DepED Central
Office allocates
Classroom 6 4 2 12 Certificate of funds for the
Library 0 0 1 1 Acceptance purpose
Computer
Lab. 0 0 1 1

a.3.3. School perimeter fence completed


Actual facilities
Yr 0 Yr 1 Yr 2 Yr 3
Certificate of
70% 80% 90% 100% Acceptance

B. Quality and Relevance of Basic Education


b.1. Improved b.1.1. All students read within their standard
READING skills reading level (independent readers)
in English subjects Yr 0 Yr 1 Yr 2 Yr 3 Post Phil-IRI
Report
105 251 312 356

b.2. Improved b.2.1. Organized review classes in all subjects Monitoring


skills of pupils in and grade levels starting November 2010 to Report
Science, February 2011 and the years thereafter
Mathematics, Class Record
HEKASI

`b.3. Improved b.3.1. 100% of school days met or delivered per FORM 2
Curriculum year
Implementation
and Instructional
Delivery b.3.2. 100% of pupils are promoted considering
the "no read, no move" principle of the Every
Child a Reader Program (ECARP)
Phil-IRI Results

b.3.3. 100% of the Grade I entrants have ECD


experiences Form 3

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b.3.4. 100% of the Grade I Entrants have been


positively considered under School Readiness
Assessment SReA Result

b.4. Improved b.4.1. Number of teachers trained on results of


subject NCBTS/TSNA
knowledge/ Attendance Sheet
Baseline Yr 1 Yr 2 Yr 3 Training
teaching skills of
Completion Report
teachers 14 6 6 4

b.4.2. Teachers trained on Computer Literacy: Attendance Sheet &


Training
Yr 1 Yr 2 Yr 3 Completion Report
Computer Literacy 2 2 2

b.4.3. 14 out of 14 teachers subscribed to Subscription to


professional magazines professional
magazines

b.4.4. 14 out of 14 teachers are masters degree Diploma or


holder special order

b.4.5. 14 out of 14 teachers and School Principal Copy of approved


conducted one action research each a year research proposal
and
recommendation

b.5. Improved b.5.1. 100% of students within normal status


Nutritional status of nutrition Report of
of pupils/students Yr 0 Yr 1 Yr 2 Yr 3 Nutritional
391 475 550 563 Status

b.5.2. Feeding Program implemented in 6 Monitoring


sustained months Report

C. School Management
c.1. Instructional c.1.1. Frequency of supervision
Supervision Supervisors Yr 1 Yr 2 Yr 3
Strengthened School 14 out of 14 out of 14 out of
Head 14 / month 14 / month 14 / month Supervisory
14 out of 14 out of 14 out of Report
14 / 14 / 14 /
PSDS quarter quarter quarter
14 out of 14 out of 14 out of
ES 14 / sem 14 / sem 14 / sem

c.1.2. Number of teacher supervised


Supervisors Yr 1 Yr 2 Yr 3
School 14 out of 14 out of 14 out of Supervisory
Head 14 / month 14 / month 14 / month Report
14 out of 14 out of 14 out of
PSDS 14 /quarter 14 / quarter 14 / quarter
14 of 14 / 14 of 14 / 14 of 14 /
ES sem sem sem

c.2. Effective c.2.1 100% of teachers report to school on time. Daily time
School Record
Management and
Administration c.2.2. 100% of teachers have no more than 1 day Daily time
Implemented absence in a month. Record

c.2.3. 100% of the number of contact time Monitoring

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observed by 2013 Report

c.2.4. 14 out of 14 teachers making home visits


Yr 0 Monitoring
Yr 1 Yr 2 Yr 3
Report
0 7 12 15
c.2.5. PTA board conducts 10 meetings in a Attendance
school year Record & Record
of minutes

c.2.6. One School Governing Council organized Existence of


and made functional SGC

c.2.7. Eight school INSET prepared and


implemented. Training
Yr 1 Yr 2 Yr 3 Completion
Report
8 8 8

c.3. Stakeholders c.3.1. Parents attendance to PTA activities.


Participation Number of parents attended PTA meeting
Intensified Meeting Yr 1 Yr 2 Yr 3
Attendance
Brigada Eskwela 340 350 360 Sheet
General PTCA
Assembly 300 330 360

Homeroom PTCA 300 330 360

c.3.2. One (1) Alumni Association organized and By – Laws


made functional by 2011 Database is
present

c.3.3. Increased financial investment by LGU’s.


Amount invested by LGU’s
LGU Yr 0 Yr 1 Yr 2 Yr 3
1% of 1% of 1% of
Bgy. Bgy. Bgy.
Brgy 0 EdCom EdCom EdCom
1% of SK 1% of SK 1% of SK Financial
Bgy. SK 0 fund fund fund Report
SEF 67 T 100 T 150 T 200 T

c.3.4. Increased financial investment by PTCA.


Amount invested by PTCA Financial
PTCA Yr 1 Yr 2 Yr 3 Report
P P
P 25,00 25,00
GPTCA 20,000 0 0

c.3.5. 100% of pupils are covered by the Database is


QUEEN program present
Monitoring
Report

c.3.6. Percent of parents participation in Brigada Attendance


Eskwela from 90% to 100% by 2013. Record
c.3.7. Four (4) private individuals and/or Deed of Donation
organizations/corporations donate to the school in
a school year

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c.4. Resource c.4.1. Resource mobilization efforts conducted


mobilization Name of
efforts intensified resource Monitoring
Yr 1 Yr 2 Yr 3
mobilization Report
program
Mutya at Financial report
lakan ‘09 P 50,000 P 50,000 P 50,000
x-mas
raffle P 50,000 P 50,000 P 50,000
King and
Queen of
hearts P 50,000 P 50,000 P 50,000

c.5. Improved c.5.1. Number of conflicts reduced


School Conflict Baseline Yr 1 Yr 2 Yr 3
Logbook
Environment
Pupil– pupil
conflict 2 0 0 0
Teacher –
pupil
conflict 0 0 0 0
Teacher –
teacher
conflict 0 0 0 0
Teacher –
parent 0 0 0 0
conflict

D. School Performance Indicators


d.1. Improved d.1.1. Decreased simple drop out rate from Form 18
School 2.74% to1% by 2013. Form 18
Performance d.1.2. Decreased failure rate from 8 to1 % by Form 18
Indicators 2013. Form 18
d.1.3. Maintained graduation rate of 100% until
2013.
d.1.4. Decreased repetition rate from 8.17%to
1% by 2013

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SCHOOL PRIORITY IMPROVEMENT AREAS

Area: PROVISION OF EQUITABLE ACCESS


Stream Suggested Interventions
1. Needs two teachers for the school Request for additional two teachers for the school
2. Book-pupil ratios in all subject areas Purchase textbooks in all subject areas and grade
and grade levels are below the standard levels to make 1:1 book-pupil ratio
of 1:1
3. Needs computer sets for Purchase computer units for instructional purposes
instructional purposes
4. Needs tools and equipments in EPP Purchase tools and equipments for EPP
(home economics, industrial arts and
agriculture/gardening)
5. Needs additional facilities(i.e. Request for construction of new facilities to school
Computer laboratory, Home economics
room, perimeter fence and school
nursery)
6. Six instructional classrooms and the Request for funds and materials for the repair of 6
existing perimeter fence need immediate instructional rooms and perimeter fence
repair

Area: QUALITY AND RELEVANCE OF BASIC EDUCATION


Stream Suggested Interventions
1. 29.5% of pupils are independent readers Implement
which is below the standard of 100%
2. Performance level in NAT is below the Organize review classes in all subject areas and grade
standard of 75% levels starting November to January.
3. 49% of Grade I entrants have ECD Encourage parents to enroll their school age children
to pre-school before they can be accepted to Grade I
4. Nine of 14 teachers are computer literate Conduct INSET in computer literacy
5. Zero teachers conducted action research Encourage teachers to conduct one action research in
in a year a year
6. 31% of pupils have normal BMI Implements feeding program for 6 sustained months

Area: SCHOOL MANAGEMENT


Stream Suggested Interventions
1. 70% of parents participates in Brigada Implement food for work in Brigada Eskwela,
Eskwela, attend assemblies and meetings supplemented by the QUEEN program
in a year
2. Zero alumni association has been Organize one functioning alumni association in the
organized school
3. Barangay has not allocated funds for the Lobby to the barangay council to allocate funds for
school the school projects
4. 49% of Grade I entrants have ECD Encourage parents to enroll their school age children
to pre-school before they can be accepted to Grade I
5. Nine of 14 teachers are computer literate Conduct INSET in computer literacy
6. Zero teachers conducted action research Encourage teachers to conduct one action research in
in a year a year
7. 31% of pupils have normal BMI Implements feeding program for 6 sustained months

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PROGRAMS AND ACTION PLANS

3-Year Work and Financial Plan

Objectively Means of Financial Targets


Physical Targets
Programs/Projects Verifiable Verificati Year 1 Year 2 Year 3
Indicators on Year 1 Year 2 Year 3 Amount Amount Amount
Goal
Improved school performance
in the Division of Naga City

Purpose

Improved student and school BY 2013 overall NAT Result 73% 75% 77%
performance of San Isidro pupils/students
Elementary School achievement
increased from
71.24% to 77%

By 2013
pupils/students
achievement
increased in the
following subjects:
Baseli
Subjects ne
Science 71.18 73% 75% 77%
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%
English 75% 76% 77% 78%
Mathemati 53.14
cs % 58% 63% 75.10%
86.96
Filipino % 88% 89% 90%
Araling 69.90
Panlipunan % 72% 74% 77%

CONTRIBUTORY OBJECTIVES
A. Provision of Equitable Access
a.1. hired competent and a.1.1. Two (2) Approved
adequate teaching & non-teaching teaching & 2 non- Appointment
personnel teaching personnel Papers
hired
► Guidance
Counselor 0 1 0
► Librarian 0 0 1
► Teacher 1 0 0
► Pre-school
1 0 0
Teacher

a.2. Improved availability of a.2.1. Procured the


Instructional and learning following materials:
materials Delivery
Equipment Receipt
Inspection 600,000.
Computers Report 20 units 0 0 00
Industrial Arts
150.0 150.0 150.0
Hammer 1 1 1 0 0 0
150.0 150.0 150.0
Saw 1 1 1 0 0 0
Tape measure 1 1 1 300.0 300.0 300.0

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0 0 0
Home Economics
180,000.
Sewing machine 3 0 0 00
20,000.
Oven 1 0 0 00
2,000.0
LPG tank 1 0 0 0
Agriculture/Garde
ning tools
2,000.0
Rake 4 0 0 0
800.0 400.0
Spade 2 0 1 0 0
2,000.0
Hoe 4 0 0 0
1,000.0
Sprinkler 5 0 0 0
1,000.0
Bolo 5 0 0 0
Others
40,000.
Tents 4 0 0 00
8,000.0 8,000.0
Water Dispenser 2 0 2 0 0

a.2.2.
Procured/accepted
the following
textbooks to
achieve 1:1
textbook
pupil/student ratio
English
30,750.
Grade 1 123 0 0 00
Grade 2 84 0 0 21,000.

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00
Delivery 15,500.
Grade 3 Receipt 62 0 0 00
Inspection 19,750.
Grade 4 Report 79 0 0 00
14,000.
Grade 5 56 0 0 00
17,750.
Grade 6 71 0 0 00
Science -
16,750.
Grade 3 67 0 0 00
23,000.
Grade 4 92 0 0 00
17,000.
Grade 5 68 0 0 00
21,000.
Grade 6 84 0 0 00
Filipino -
34,250.
Grade 1 137 0 0 00
22,500.
Grade 2 90 0 0 00
21,250.
Grade 3 85 0 0 00
21,750.
Grade 4 87 0 0 00
12,250.
Grade 5 49 0 0 00
21,750.
Grade 6 87 0 0 00
Math -
27,000.
Grade 1 108 0 0 00
16,750.
Grade 2 67 0 0 00

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19,250.
Grade 3 77 0 0 00
12,750.
Grade 4 51 0 0 00
11,250.
Grade 5 45 0 0 00
18,750.
Grade 6 75 0 0 00
Sibika/HKS -
29,500.
Grade 1 118 0 0 00
15,750.
Grade 2 63 0 0 00
14,250.
Grade 3 57 0 0 00
21,750.
Grade 4 87 0 0 00
16,250.
Grade 5 65 0 0 00
21,000.
Grade 6 84 0 0 00
EPP -
21,750.
Grade 4 87 0 0 00
19,000.
Grade 5 76 0 0 00
24,250.
Grade 6 97 0 0 00
MSEP -
21,750.
Grade 4 87 0 0 00
19,000.
Grade 5 76 0 0 00
24,250.
Grade 6 97 0 0 00

a.3. Improved Physical a.3.1. Constructed,

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environment for learning Accepted & Turned


over the following
facilities
Actual 650,000.
IA shop facilities 0 1 0 00
Certificate of 650,000.
H.E Acceptance 1 0 0 00
100,000.
School Nursery 1 0 0 00
650,000.
Science lab 0 0 1 00
650,000.
Computer lab 1 0 0 00
60 m 50 m 40 m
Perimeter fence span span span

a.3.2. Repaired,
accepted & turned
over the following
facilities:
Actual 300,000. 200,000. 100,000.
Classrooms facilities 6 4 2 00 00 00
Certificate of 100,000.
Library Acceptance 0 0 1 00
100,000.
Computer Lab. 0 0 1 00

a.3.3. School Actual


perimeter fence facilities 50,000. 50,000. 50,000.
completed 80% 90% 100% 00 00 00
Certificate of
Acceptance

B. Quality and Relevance of


Basic Education
b.1. Improved reading skills in b.1.1. All students Post Phil-Iri 251 312 356

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English subjects read within their Report


standard reading
level (independent
readers)

b.2. Improved skills of pupils IN b.2.1. Organized Monitoring 13 13 13


SCIeNCE, MATHEMATICS, HEKASI, review classes in all Report classes classes classes
subjects and grade Class Record
levels starting from
November 2010 to
February 2011 and
the years thereafter

b.3. Improved Curriculum b.3.1. 100% of FORM 2


Implementation and Instructional school days met or
Delivery delivered per year

b.3.2. 100% of Form 18 100% 100% 100%


pupils are
promoted
considering the "no
read, no move"
principle of the
Every Child a
Reader Program
(ECARP)

b.3.3. 100% of the


Grade I entrants
have ECD
experiences Enrolment list 100% 100% 100%

b.3.4. 100% of the SReA report 100% 100% 100%


Grade I Entrants
have been
positively
considered under

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School Readiness

b.4. Improved subject knowledge/ b.4.1. Teachers Attendance 120,000. 120,000. 80,000.
teaching skills of teachers were trained on Sheet 6 6 4 00 00 00
results of Training
NCBTS/TSNA Completion
Report

b.4.2. Teachers Attendance


trained on Sheet 50,000. 50,000. 50,000.
computer literacy 2 2 2 00 00 00
Training
Completion
Report

• 14 out of 14 Subscription
teachers to
subscribed to professional
professional magazines
magazines

• 14 out of 14 Diploma or
teachers are special order 5 9 14
masters degree
holder

• 14 out of 14 Copy of
teachers and approved
Principal conducted research
one action research proposal and
each a year recommendat 30,000. 30,000. 30,000.
ion 15 15 15 00 00 00

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b.5. Improved Nutritional status of b.5.1. 100% of Report of 475 550 563
pupils/students students within Nutritional 14,250. 16,500. 16,890.
normal status of Status 00 00 00
nutrition

b.5.2. Feeding Monitoring 85,500. 99,000. 101,340.


Program Report 6 months 6 months 6 months 00 00 00
implemented in 6
sustained months
C. School Management
c.1. Instructional Supervision c.1.1. Frequency Supervisory
Strengthened of supervision Report
School Principal 14 out of 14 out of 14 out of
14 14 14
monthly monthly monthly
PSDS 14 out of 14 out of 14 out of
14 14 14
quarterly quarterly quarterly
ES 14 out of 14 out of 14 out of
14 14 14
/semeste /semeste /semeste
r r r

c.1.2. Number of Supervisory


teacher supervised Report
School Head 14 out of 14 out of 14 out of
14 14 14
monthly monthly monthly
PSDS 14 out of 14 out of 14 out of
14/quart 14/quart 14/quart
er er er
ES 14 of 14 of 14 of
14/seme 14/seme 14/seme
ster ster ster

c.2. Effective School Management c.2.1 100% of Daily time


and Administration Implemented teachers report to Record
school on time.

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c.2.2. 100% of Daily time


teachers have no Record
more than 1 day Monitoring
absence in a Report
month.

c.2.3. 100% of the


number of contact
time observed by
2013

c.2.4. 14 out of 14 Monitoring


teachers making Report
home visits 7 12 15

c.2.5. PTA board


conducts 10
meetings in a Attendance
school year Record 10 10 10
Record of
minutes

c.2.6. One School Existence of


Governing Council SGC
organized and 1,000.0
made functional 1 0 0 0

c.2.7. Eight school Training


INSET prepared and Completion 16,000. 16,000. 16,000.
implemented. Report 8 8 8 00 00 00

c.3. Stakeholders Participation c.3.1. Parents

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Intensified attendance to PTA


activities. Number
of parents attended
PTA meeting
Attendance
Meeting Sheet
Brigada Eskwela 340 350 360
General PTCA
Assembly 300 330 360
Homeroom PTCA 300 330 360

c.3.2. One (1) Constitution


Alumni Association and By –
organized and Laws 1 0 0
made functional by Database is
2011
present

c.3.3. Increased Financial


financial Report
investment by
LGU’s. Amount
invested by LGU’s
Source of
funds Yr 0
1% of 1% of 1% of
Bgy. Bgy. Bgy.
Brgy 0 EdCom EdCom EdCom
1% of 1% of 1% of
Bgy. SK 0 SK fund SK fund SK fund
67,48
SEF 2 100,000 150,000 200,000

c.3.4. Increased
financial
investment by
PTCA. Amount

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invested by PTCA
Financial
PTCA Yr 1 Report
P
20,00
GPTCA 0 P 20,000 P 25,000 P 25,000

c.3.5. 100% of Database is


pupils are covered present 60% 80% 100%
by the QUEEN Monitoring
program Report

c.3.6. Percent of Attendance


parents Record 100% 100% 100%
participation in
Brigada Eskwela
from 90% to 100%
by 2013.

c.3.7. Four (4) Deed of


private individuals Donation 4 4 4
and/or
organizations/corpo
rations donate to
the school in a
school year

c.4. Resource mobilization efforts c.4.1. Resource


intensified mobilization efforts
conducted
Name of resource Monitoring
mobilization Report
program
Financial
Mutya at lakan ‘09 report P 50,000 P 50,000 P 50,000
Christmas raffle P 50,000 P 50,000 P 50,000

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King and Queen of


Hearts P 50,000 P 50,000 P 50,000

c.5. Improved School Environment c.5.1. Number of


conflicts reduced
Baseli Logbook
Conflict ne
Pupil–
pupil 2 0 0 0
conflict
Teacher –
pupil 0 0 0 0
conflict
Teacher –
teacher 0 0 0 0
conflict
Teacher –
parent 0 0 0 0
conflict

D. School Performance
Indicators
d.1. Improved School Performance d.1.1. Decreased Form 18
Indicators simple drop out
rate from 2.74%
to1% by 2013. 2% 1.50% 1%
d.1.2. Decreased Form 18
failure rate from 8
to1 % by 2013. 5% 3% 1%
d.1.3. Maintained Form 18
graduation rate of
100% until 2013. 100% 100% 100%
d.1.4. Decreased Form 18
repetition rate from
8.17%to 1% by
2013 5.50% 3% 1%
ANNUAL IMPLEMENTATION PLAN

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Resource
Objective Requirement
Programs/ ly Means of TIME FRAME s Amount and Sources
Projects/ Verifiable Verificati
Indicator Person/s Other
Activities on Responsi Reso
s 2011 2012 DepE OTH TOTA
ble urces LGU PTCA
O N D J F M A M J J A S O N D J F M A d ERS L
Goal
Improved
school
performance
in the Division
of Naga City

Purpose

Improved BY 2013 NAT Result


student and overall
school pupils/stude
performance nts
achievemen
of San Isidro
t increased
Elementary from
School 71.24% to
77%

By 2013
pupils/stude
nts
achievemen
t increased
in the

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following
subjects:
Bas
Subje elin
cts e
71.
Scien 18
ce %
Englis 75
h %
Mathe 53.
matic 14
s %
86.
Filipin 96
o %
Aralin
g 69.
Panlip 90
unan %

CONTRIBUT
ORY
OBJECTIVES
A. Provision
of Equitable
Access
a.1. hired a.1.1. Two Approved
competent (2) teaching Appointmen
and adequate & 2 non- t Papers
teaching & teaching
personnel
non-teaching
hired
personnel

▪ Prepare
resolution of SGC, SH

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request to DepED
for needed
▪ submit resolution
to SDS SH
▪ Make follow-up SH
Publi 10, 10,
▪ Publish notice of catio 000.0 000.0
vacant position HRMO n 0 0

▪ calls for ranking PSB, SDS -


▪ appoints the
applicants PSB, SDS -
▪ Hired
teachers,guidance 690, 690,
SDS
counselor and 200.0 200.0
librarian 0 0

a.2. Improved a.2.1. Delivery


availability of Instructiona Receipt
Instructional l and
and learning learning 242, 7, 600, 8, 857,
materials 000.0 400.0 000.0 000.0 400.0
materials
procured 0 0 0 0 0
Inspection
Report -
600, 600,
000.0 000.0
0 0
▪ Prepare School
inventory of Custodi -
existing an 1 1
equipment. 50.00 50.00
▪ prepare 1 1
procurement plan SH 50.00 50.00
▪ canvass of SH, 3 3
prices Custodian 00.00 00.00

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▪ requests funds SH -
Publi 180, 180,
▪ Publish notice to catio 000.0 000.0
bid SH, BAC n 0 0
20, 20,
000.0 000.0
▪ calls for bidding SH, BAC 0 0
2, 2,
000.0 000.0
▪ makes orders SH, BAC 0 0
SH,
▪ receives supplies Custodian

a.2.2. 450, 250, 700,


Procured/ac 000.0 500.0 500.0
cepted the 0 - 0 - 0
following
textbooks
to achieve
1:1
textbook
pupil/stude
nt ratio

School
Propert
▪ Prepare y
inventory of Custodi
existing materials. an
▪ prepare
procurement plan SH
Delivery 1, 1,
▪ canvass of Receipt SH, 000.0 000.0
prices Custodian 0 0
Inspection
▪ requests funds Report SH -

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Publi 10, 10,


▪ Publish notice to catio 000.0 000.0
bid SH, BAC n 0 0
5, 5,
000.0 000.0
▪ calls for bidding SH, BAC 0 0
▪ makes orders SH, BAC
450, 234, 684,
SH, 000.0 500.0 500.0
▪ receives supplies Custodian 0 - 0 - 0

a.3. Improved a.3.1.


Physical Constructed
environment , Accepted
for learning & Turned
over the
following
facilities:
▪ Prepare requests Actual 650, 650,
for additional facilities 000.0 000.0
faciltities H.E 0 0
▪ Submits Certificate 100, 100,
requests for School of 000.0 000.0
additional facilities Nursery Acceptance SH 0 0
650, 650,
Computer 000.0 000.0
▪ requests funds lab SH 0 0
Publi 100, 100,
▪ Publish notice to Perimeter catio 000.0 000.0
bid fence BAC n 0 0
5, 5,
000.0 000.0
▪ calls for bidding BAC, SH 0 0
▪ awards the
project BAC -
▪ construction of Contracto
projects r -

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▪ turn-over and
acceptance of SH,
facilitites DPFC -

a.3.2.
Repaired,
accepted &
turned over
the
following
facilities:
▪ Prepare requests 100, 200, 300,
for repair of 000.0 000.0 000.0
faciltities Classrooms 0 0 0
▪ Submits Actual
requests for repair facilities
of facilities Library SH -
Certificate
Computer of
▪ requests funds Lab. Acceptance SH -
Publi 10, 10,
▪ Publish notice to catio 000.0 000.0
bid BAC n 0 0
5, 5,
000.0 000.0
▪ calls for bidding BAC, SH 0 0
▪ awards the
project BAC -
▪ construction of Contracto
projects r -
▪ turn-over and
acceptance of SH,
facilitites DPFC -

a.3.3.
School
perimeter
fence

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completed
▪ Prepare requests Actual 50, 50,
for additional facilities 000.0 000.0
faciltities 0 0
▪ Submits Certificate
requests for of
additional facilities Acceptance SH -

▪ requests funds SH -
Publi 10, 10,
▪ Publish notice to catio 000.0 000.0
bid BAC n 0 0
5, 5,
000.0 000.0
▪ calls for bidding BAC, SH 0 0
▪ awards the
project BAC -
▪ construction of Contracto
projects r -
▪ turn-over and
acceptance of SH,
facilitites DPFC -

-
B. Quality
and
Relevance of
Basic
Education -

-
b.1. Improved b.1.1. All
reading skills students -
in English read within Post Phil-Iri
subjects their Report -

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standard
reading
level
-
▪ Prepare proposal
for reading
intervention SH -
▪ Submits
proposal for
approval SH -
5, 5, 10,
▪ Reproduce Adviser 000.0 000.0 000.0
reading materials s 0 0 0
▪ Implement
reading
intervention to all SH,
classes Advisers -

-
b.2. Improved b.2.1.
skills of pupils Organized -
in Science, review Monitoring
Mathematics, classes in Report
all subjects
Filipino and
and grade
MAKABAYAN levels -
starting Class
from Record
November
2010 to
February
2011 and
the years
thereafter -
▪ Prepare proposal SH

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for
review/remedial
classes -
▪ Submits
proposal for
approval SH -
▪ Reproduce 5, 5, 10,
instructional 000.0 000.0 000.0
materials SH 0 0 0
▪ Implement SH,,
review instructions ADVISER
to all classes S -

-
b.3. Improved b.3.1. FORM 2
Curriculum 100% of
Implementatio school days
n and met or
delivered
Instructional
per year -
Delivery
-
b.3.2. 100%
of pupils Form 18 -
▪ Closely are
supervise class promoted
instructions considering SH -
the "no
read, no
move"
principle of
the Every
Child a
▪ Personally Reader
conduct reading Program
test to pupils (ECARP) SH -

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b.3.3. 100%
of the
Grade I
▪ Prepare list of entrants
pre-school have ECD Enrolment
graduates experiences list SH -
▪ Closely
supervise
enrolment of
grade I entrants SH -
b.3.4. 100% SH,
of the SReA report Advisers -
Grade I
Entrants
have been
positively
considered
▪ Closely under
supervise conduct School
of SReA testing to Readiness
Grade I entrants Assessment -

-
b.4. Improved b.4.1. Attendance
subject Teachers Sheet -
knowledge/ were Training
teaching skills trained on Completion
results of
of teachers Report
NCBTS/TSN
A -

-
b.4.2. Attendance
Teachers Sheet
▪ Teachers trained on
prepare TSNA & computer
IPPD literacy Teachers -
▪ Prepare Training SH

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summary list of Completion


needs based from Report
IPPD -
▪ Prepare
summary list of
needs based from
TSNA SH -
100, 100, 200,
▪ Conducts INSET SH,, 000.0 000.0 000.0
based from needs Teachers 0 0 0

-
• 14 out Subscription
of 14 to -
teachers professional
▪ Encourage subscribed magazines
teachers to to
subscribe to professional
professional mags magazines SH -
▪ Receives 50, 50,
magazines from 000.0 000.0
publishers Teachers 0 0

-
▪ Encourage • 14 out Diploma or
teachers to finish of 14 special
graduate school teachers order SH -
are masters 200, 200,
▪ Teachers enrol degree 000.0 000.0
to HEIs holder Teachers 0 0

-
▪ Conducts INSET • 14 out Copy of SH, 10, 5, 15,
on Action of 14 approved Teachers 000.0 000.0 000.0
Research teachers research 0 0 0
and proposal
Principal and

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conducted recommend
one action ation
▪ Encourage research
teachers to each a year
prepare proposals SH -
▪ Submits 2, 2,
proposals for SH, 000.0 000.0
approval Teachers 0 0
5, 5, 5, 15,
▪ Conducts the 000.0 000.0 000.0 000.0
research Teachers 0 0 0 0
▪ Prepare the 3, 3,
research data and 000.0 000.0
interpretation Teachers 0 0
▪ Submits the
results for Teachers,
adoption SH -

-
b.5. Improved b.5.1. Report of
Nutritional 100% of Nutritional
status of students Status -
pupils/student within
normal
s
status of
nutrition -

-
▪ Measure pupils' b.5.2. Monitoring SH, Nutri
height and weight Feeding Report Coord -
Program
implemente
▪ prepare list of d in 6
pupils with below sustained Nutri
normal status months Coord -
▪ Lobby to LGU for
support SH -
▪ Implements SH, Nutri 80, 5, 5, 90,

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000.0 000.0 000.0 000.0


feeding program Coord 0 0 0 0

C. School
Management -
c.1. c.1.1. Supervisory
Instructional Supervisors Report
Supervision conducts at
Strengthened least 14
supervision
s: -
School
Principal
per monrth SH -
PSDS per
quarter PSDS -
Ess per
semester EPSs -

-
c.1.2. 14 Supervisory
teacher Report
supervised
by -
School
Principal
per monrth SH -
PSDS per
quarter PSDS -
Ess per
semester EPSs -

-
c.2. Effective c.2.1 100% Daily time Teachers
School of teachers Record -
Management report to
and school on
time.

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Administration
Implemented -
c.2.2. Daily time
100% of Record Teachers -
teachers Monitoring
have no Report
more than 1
day
absence in
a month. -

-
c.2.3. Teachers,
100% of the SH -
number of
contact
time
observed by
2013 -

-
c.2.4. 14 Monitoring
out of 14 Report
teachers
making
home visits Teachers -

-
c.2.5. PTA
board
conducts 10
meetings in 1, 1,
a school Attendance PTA 000.0 000.0
year Record Board 0 0
Record of
minutes -

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c.2.6. One Existence of


School SGC
Governing
Council
organized
and made
functional -
▪ Prepares list of
stakeholders in
the SGC SH -
▪ Calls for a
meeting cum
orientation of
members SH -
▪ Conducts SH, 1, 1,
meeting and elect Stakehold 000.0 000.0
officers ers 0 0
▪ Organizes the
School Governing
Council SGC -

-
c.2.7. Eight Training
school Completion
INSET Report -
▪ Prepare prepared
summary list of and
needs based from implemente
IPPD d. SH -
▪ Prepare
summary list of
needs based from
TSNA SH -
▪ Prepares
proposals for SH,
INSETs for 8 Coordinat
months ors -
▪ Seek approval SH

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for the proposed


INSET -
▪ Lobby for fund
support SH -
20, 10, 10, 40,
▪ Conducts INSET SH, 000.0 000.0 000.0 000.0
based from needs Teachers 0 0 0 0

-
c.3. c.3.1. Attendance
Stakeholders Parents Sheet
Participation attendance
Intensified to PTA -
activities
increased -
▪ Intensify IEC SH, PTA
activities Board -
▪ Lobby for
support for PTA SH, PTA
activities Board -

-
c.3.2. One Constitution
(1) Alumni and By –
Association Laws -
organized Database is
and made
present
functional
by 2011 -
▪ Prepare
proposals for
alumni
homecoming SH -
▪ Conducts SH,
meeting and Alumni
create TWG reps -
▪ TWG finalizes TWG
activities for -

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homecoming
▪ Conducts IEC
activities for the SH, TWG,
homecoming Teachers -
▪ Condcucts 5, 5,
alumni 000.0 000.0
homecoming TWG 0 0
▪ Organizes
alumni association Alumni -

-
c.3.3. Financial
Increased Report
financial
investment
by LGU’s.
Amount
invested by
LGU’s -
▪ Prepare budget
proposals SH -
▪ Seek approval of
budget proposals SH -
▪ Lobby to
barangay council
during budget
hearing SH -
▪ Inclusion of
school projects to Bgy.
barangay budget Council -

-
c.3.4.
Increased -
financial
investment
by PTCA.
Amount

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invested by
PTCA
▪ Submit project Financial
proposal to PTA Yr Report
for adoption PTCA 1 SH -
P
▪ PTA adopts GPTC 20, PTA
school project A 000 Board -

-
▪ Intensify IEC c.3.5. Database is
activities 100% of present SH, PTA -
pupils are Monitoring
▪ Lobby for covered by Report
support for PTA the QUEEN
activities program SH, PTA -

-
▪ Intensify IEC c.3.6. Attendance
activities Percent of Record SH, PTA -
parents
participatio
n in Brigada
Eskwela
▪ Lobby for from 90% to
support for PTA 100% by
activities 2013. SH, PTA -

-
c.3.7. Four Deed of
(4) private Donation -
individuals
and/or -
organizatio
ns/corporati -
ons donate
to the
school in a

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school year
▪ Prepare project
proposals SH
▪ Seek approval of
budget proposals SH
▪ Lobby to
individuals/organiz
ation/corporations SH
▪ Receives
donation to school SH

-
c.4. Resource c.4.1. Monitoring
mobilization Resource Report
efforts mobilization
intensified efforts
conducted -
Financial
report
SH,
▪ Prepare project Coordinat
proposals or
SH,
▪ Seek approval of Coordinat
budget proposals or
▪ Implements Coordinat
projects or
▪ Receives
donation to school SH

-
c.5. Improved c.5.1. Logbook
School Number of
Environment conflicts
reduced -

-
D. School

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Performance
Indicators -
d.1. Improved d.1.1. Form 18
School Decreased
Performance simple drop
Indicators out rate
from 2.74%
to 2% -
d.1.2. Form 18
Decreased
failure rate
from 8 to
5%. -
d.1.3. Form 18
Maintained
graduation
rate of
100%. -
d.1.4. Form 18
Decreased
repetition
rate from
8.17% to
5,5%. -

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MONITORING AND EVALUATION PLAN


PHYSICAL FINANCIAL
Contributory Year 1 Year 2 Year 3 Year 1 Year 2 Year 3
Objectives % %
Actu % Actu % Actu % Actu Accm Actu Accm Actu %
Target al Acmp Target al Acmp Target al Acmp Target al p Target al p Target al Accmp
A. Provision
of Equitable
Access
a.1. hired
competent and
adequate
teaching &
non-teaching
personnel
Guidance
Counselor 0 1 0
Librarian 0 0 1
Teacher 1 0 0
Pre-school
1 0 0
Teacher

a.2. Improved
availability of
Instructional
and learning
materials
a.2.1. Procured
the following
materials:
Equipment
20 600,00
Computers units 0 0 0.00
Industrial
Arts

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150 150 150


Hammer 1 1 1 .00 .00 .00
150 150 150
Saw 1 1 1 .00 .00 .00
300 300 300
Tape measure 1 1 1 .00 .00 .00
Home
Economics
Sewing 180,00
machine 3 0 0 0.00
20,00
Oven 1 0 0 0.00
2,00
LPG tank 1 0 0 0.00
Agriculture/G
ardening
tools
2,00
Rake 4 0 0 0.00
800 400
Spade 2 0 1 .00 .00
2,00
Hoe 4 0 0 0.00
1,00
Sprinkler 5 0 0 0.00
1,00
Bolo 5 0 0 0.00
Others
40,00
Tents 4 0 0 0.00
Water 8,00 8,00
Dispenser 2 0 2 0.00 0.00
a.2.2.
Procured/accep
ted the
following
textbooks to
achieve 1:1

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textbook pupil
English
30,75
Grade 1 123 0 0 0.00
21,00
Grade 2 84 0 0 0.00
15,50
Grade 3 62 0 0 0.00
19,75
Grade 4 79 0 0 0.00
14,00
Grade 5 56 0 0 0.00
17,75
Grade 6 71 0 0 0.00

Science -
16,75
Grade 3 67 0 0 0.00
23,00
Grade 4 92 0 0 0.00
17,00
Grade 5 68 0 0 0.00
21,00
Grade 6 84 0 0 0.00

Filipino -
34,25
Grade 1 137 0 0 0.00
22,50
Grade 2 90 0 0 0.00
21,25
Grade 3 85 0 0 0.00
21,75
Grade 4 87 0 0 0.00
12,25
Grade 5 49 0 0 0.00
Grade 6 87 0 0 21,75

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0.00

Math -
27,00
Grade 1 108 0 0 0.00
16,75
Grade 2 67 0 0 0.00
19,25
Grade 3 77 0 0 0.00
12,75
Grade 4 51 0 0 0.00
11,25
Grade 5 45 0 0 0.00
18,75
Grade 6 75 0 0 0.00

Sibika/HKS -
29,50
Grade 1 118 0 0 0.00
15,75
Grade 2 63 0 0 0.00
14,25
Grade 3 57 0 0 0.00
21,75
Grade 4 87 0 0 0.00
16,25
Grade 5 65 0 0 0.00
21,00
Grade 6 84 0 0 0.00

EPP -
21,75
Grade 4 87 0 0 0.00
19,00
Grade 5 76 0 0 0.00
24,25
Grade 6 97 0 0 0.00
MSEP

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21,75
Grade 4 87 0 0 0.00
19,00
Grade 5 76 0 0 0.00
24,25
Grade 6 97 0 0 0.00
a.3.
Improved
Physical
environment
for learning
a.3.1.
Constructed,
Accepted &
Turned over
the following 650,00
facilities 0 1 0 0.00
650,00
H.E 1 0 0 0.00
100,00
School Nursery 1 0 0 0.00
650,00
Science lab 0 0 1 0.00
650,00
Computer lab 1 0 0 0.00
Perimeter 60 m 50 m 40 m 100,00
fence span span span 0.00
a.3.2.
Repaired,
accepted &
turned over the
following
facilities:
300,00 200,00 100,00
Classrooms 6 4 2 0.00 0.00 0.00
100,00
Library 0 0 1 0.00

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100,00
Computer Lab. 0 0 1 0.00
a.3.3. School
perimeter
fence 50,00 50,00 50,00
completed 80% 90% 100% 0.00 0.00 0.00
B. Quality
and
Relevance
of Basic
Education
b.1.
Improved
reading skills
in English
subjects
b.1.1. All 251 312 356
students read
within their
standard
reading level
(independent
readers)
b.2.
Improved
skills of pupils
IN SCIeNCE,
MATHEMATIC
S, HEKASI,
b.2.1. 13 13 13
Organized classes classes classes
review classes
in all subjects
and grade
levels starting
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February 2011
and the years
b.3.
Improved
Curriculum
Implementati
on and
Instructional
Delivery
b.3.1. 100% of 100% 100% 100%
school days
met or
delivered per
year
b.3.2. 100% of 100% 100% 100%
pupils are
promoted
considering the
"no read, no
move" principle
of the Every
Child a Reader
Program
(ECARP)
b.3.3. 100% of 100% 100% 100%
the Grade I
entrants have
ECD
experiences
b.3.4. 100% of 100% 100% 100%
the Grade I
Entrants have
been positively
considered
under School
Readiness
Assessment

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b.4. Improved
subject
knowledge/
teaching skills
of teachers
b.4.1. Teachers 120,00 120,00 80,00
were trained on 6 6 4 0.00 0.00 0.00
results of
NCBTS/TSNA
b.4.2.
Teachers
trained on
computer 50,00 50,00 50,00
literacy 2 2 2 0.00 0.00 0.00
b.4.3. 14 out of 5 9 14
14 teachers
subscribed to
professional
magazines
b.4.4. 15 out of 30,00 30,00 30,00
15 teachers are 14 14 14 0.00 0.00 0.00
masters degree
holder
b.4.5. 14 out of 15 15 15
14 teachers
and Principal
conducted one
action research
each a year
b.5. Improved
Nutritional
status of pupils
b.5.1. 100% of 475 550 563 14,25 16,50 16,89
students within 0.00 0.00 0.00
normal status
of nutrition
b.5.2. Feeding 6 6 6 85,50 99,00 101,34
months months months 0.00 0.00 0.00

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Program
implemented in
6 sustained
months

C. School
Managemen
t
c.1.
Instructional
Supervision
Strengthened
c.1.1.
Frequency of
supervision
School Head 14 out 14 out 14 out
of 14 of 14 of 14
monthl monthl monthl
y y y
PSDS 14 out 14 out 14 out
of 14 of 14 of 14
quarter quarter quarter
ly ly ly
ES 14 out 14 out 14 out
of of of
14 14 14
/semes /semes /semes
ter ter ter
c.1.2. Number
of teacher
supervised
School Head 14 out 14 out 14 out
of 14 of 14 of 14
monthl monthl monthl
y y y
PSDS 14 out 14 out 14 out
of of of

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14/qua 14/qua 14/qua


rter rter rter
ES 14 of 14 of 14 of
14/se 14/sem 14/sem
mester ester ester
c.2. Effective
School
Management
and
Administratio
n
Implemented
c.2.1 100% of
teachers report
to school on
time. 100% 100% 100%
c.2.2. 100% of 100% 100% 100%
teachers have
no more than 1
day absence in
a month.
c.2.3. 100% of 100% 100% 100%
the number of
contact time
observed by
2013
c.2.4. 14 out of
14 teachers
making home
visits 7 12 15
c.2.5. PTA 10,00 10,00 10,00
board conducts 10 10 10 0.00 0.00 0.00
10 meetings in
a school year
c.2.6. One 1,00
School 1 0 0 0.00
Governing

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Council
organized and
c.2.7. Eight 40,00 40,00 40,00
school INSET 8 8 8 0.00 0.00 0.00
prepared and
implemented.
c.3.1. Parents
attendance to
PTA activities.
Number of
parents
attended PTA
meetings
Meeting 300 330 360
Brigada
Eskwela 340 350 360
General PTCA
Assembly 300 330 360
Homeroom
PTCA 300 330 360
c.3.2. One (1) 5,00
Alumni 1 0 0 0.00
Association
organized and
made
functional by
2011
c.3.3.
Increased
financial
investment by
LGU’s. Amount
invested by
LGU’s
Source of funds

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1% of 1% of 1% of
Bgy. Bgy. Bgy.
Brgy EdCom EdCom EdCom
1% of 1% of 1% of
SK SK SK
Bgy. SK fund fund fund
100,00 150,00 200,00
SEF 0 0 0
c.3.4.
Increased
financial
investment by
PTCA. Amount
invested by
PTCA
P P P
GPTCA 20,000 25,000 25,000
c.3.5. 100% of 60% 80% 100%
pupils are
covered by the
QUEEN
program
c.3.6. Percent 100% 100% 100%
of parents
participation in
Brigada
Eskwela from
90% to 100%
by 2013.
c.3.7. Four (4) 4 4 4
private
individuals
and/or
organizations/c
orporations
donate to the
school in a
school year

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c.4. Resource
mobilization
efforts
intensified
c.4.1.
Resource
mobilization
efforts P P P
conducted 50,000 50,000 50,000
Name of
resource
mobilization P P P
program 50,000 50,000 50,000
Mutya at lakan P P P
‘09 50,000 50,000 50,000
Christmas
raffle
King and
Queen of
Hearts
c.5. Improved
School
Environment
c.5.1. Number
of conflicts
reduced
Conflict
Pupil– pupil
0 0 0
conflict
Teacher – pupil
0 0 0
conflict
Teacher –
0 0 0
teacher conflict
Teacher –
0 0 0
parent conflict

D. School

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Performanc
e Indicators
d.1.
Improved
School
Performance
Indicators
d.1.1.
Decreased
simple drop out
rate from
2.74% to1% by
2013. 2% 1.50% 1%
d.1.2.
Decreased
failure rate
from 8 to1 %
by 2013. 5% 3% 1%
d.1.3.
Maintained
graduation rate
of 100% until
2013. 100% 100% 100%
d.1.4.
Decreased
repetition rate
from 8.17%to
1% by 2013 5.50% 3% 1%

ANNEXES
Indicate the Annexes attached.
Please attach the following:
- SRC/SIS
- Data Interpretation Template

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- Streams Diagnostic Chart


- Streams Objectives Chart
- Forecasted Data
- Site Development Plan

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